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- Print Length: 304 pages
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- Publisher: LA Romance (October 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013W6BMZ0
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Meg has met Hugo and instantly she has an attraction for him but when her first day of school starts she finds out he is her art teacher. But its too late she has fallen in love with him already and the age difference is not an issue. The issue is that hes her teacher and you cant have a relationship with a teacher. She could expose her family and Hugo could lose his job.
Hugo and Meg try to keep away from each other but that's impossible when your in love with someone. Her heart is breaking and they both cant fight staying away from each other.
Zac her brother finds out and tries to tell her she cant see him that hes her teacher and this could ruin their family. But yet Zac continues to fight and see Evie after both Zac and Meg decide not to be in a relationship with anyone. She discovers he is secretly seeing Evie and that sets things in motion. Meg is tired or not being able to be a teenager and having to be a mother and babysitter constantly its puts a strain on her and she leaves hoping to continue with Hugo. But Hugo refuses her on one thing she wants. Not till she's older. This is a heartache for Meg and she chooses to do whats best and suffer the consequences.
Will Hugo and Meg ever get to be together and share their love? Will Zac hate her for what she has done to the family?
THE DRAWN TO FIGHT SERIES AND THE DRAWN SERIES ALL GO HAND IN HAND. I ENCOURAGE YOU TO READ THEM ALL FROM THE BEGINNING. You'll fall into their worlds and never look back. Lilliana Anderson has put so much emotion in this series you'll be left with one big hangover waiting for her next book.
Its most definitely a 5 star read. The whole series is.
Since the second these two characters were introduced in Zac & Evie, I have been dying to know more about their relationship!
These two are victims of a student/teacher romance and it got me curious to see how it would play out in the male’s perspective. Let’s just say that Hugo… has stolen and now owns my heart. His life story was utterly heartbreaking. My eyes burned every time I read from his POV. His passion for teaching was palpable which made this romance even more complex. He was dealt with one of the most unfair lives a man could have and it was painful for me to read his chapters. Only because I cared about him too much. His happiness was my obsession and when he was in pain, I broke inside. His heart is incredibly huge and he’s the very definition of a man. He put others before him, even when the others weren’t so great to him. I wanted to shout to the world how perfect he was but yeah, that would have been crazy.
Meg is a different story. I didn’t like her in the first book and this book didn’t do much to persuade me. I hated her before but this book mellowed me out to the point where she was ok. Not great, but okay. Don’t get me wrong, I understand where she is coming from concerning her relationship and family issues, but I still think it could have been resolved in a more mature way. She kept saying she was mature but her actions didn’t really convince me and I didn’t have much sympathy for her. Her retaliations were repetitive and I don’t know, a part of me didn’t want her to end up with Hugo because of that. BUT since Hugo was incredibly happy whenever Meg was in his life, I wanted the relationship to defeat the odds against them. Because of him.
This book starts before Zac & Evie’s timeline and ends after it. Because it started before and continued during, I felt like I wasn’t too into the story because I felt like I had read a good chunk of it, only now it’s in Meg’s perspective. But, when there were things that weren’t mentioned in the first book, I was transfixed. We get to see things that neither Zac or Evie had any idea were happening and it felt like a look behind the scenes.
I thought this was a bit of a case of insta-love but I got over that little detail really quick. The last part of the book was AMAZING!!!! I wish I could just reread it forever and ever. Ugh, so perfect! I couldn’t stop smiling for anything and it made me incredibly giddy.
As a couple, Zac & Evie were my favorite out of these two. But as a man, Hugo takes the prize a million times over. Oh, how I wished he were real. His pain hit me to the core and I wanted nothing else but to comfort him.
Falling in love isn’t always easy and when you’ve fallen in love with someone that you can’t have, it’s never easy. When Hugo Sparks first met Meg, he knew she was different than any other women that he had ever met. Only problem was that she wasn’t a women, she a sixteen year old girl that attended the school that he just took a teaching position in. Neither or them knew that though until it was too late, they had already fallen and fallen hard.
So what do you do when you are attracted to someone that you can’t have? You fight… fight to not let it go any further, fight to not get caught, fight to let her go and fight to keep her safe. Some say that fighting is never the answer but somethings there are things worth fighting for and in Hugo’s case, that was Meg and her family.
I had not read Zac ad Evie’s story before reading this one but thankfully this one can be read as a stand-alone novel and apparently runs during the same time frame which is around two years. Hugo and Meg is a love story that should never have happened but one chance encounter and the ball was already in place, they clicked from the beginning and even though they were only six year apart in age, that’s a lifetime when one of them is only sixteen. Meg isn’t your average sixteen year old, she’s spent a lifetime raising a family and keeping secrets. She’s written as an old sole and I could see where Hugo would believe that she was older than she was.
This was an amazing story and while I did not give it five stars it was only because there were a number of mistakes in the book. The story itself had me roped in, wondering what would happen next and praying that things would go their way. I didn’t laugh much in this book because let’s face it, both of their stories are heartbreaking but I did find myself close to tears a number of times and had goosebumps towards the end when everything finally starts going their way. I would highly recommend this book and can assure you that I will also be purchasing Zac and Evie’s story as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
By: Lillian Anderson
I was given an ARC of Drawn to Fight, Hugo & Meg's story by Lillian Anderson.Read more
I don't really follow teacher/student relation books, but I love the author, so I definitely wanted to see what she came up with.Read more
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